Grenada Attractions |

Grenada (St George's) Cruise Port

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 5 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

In 2004 Hurricane Ivan destroyed almost 90 percent of the buildings on this Southern Caribbean Island. But in the decade since, residents of Grenada have restored—and in some cases even improved ...  Read more

Grand Etang National Park

4.5 star rating: Recommended 3 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

The hikers’ favorite, Grand Etang preserves the nutmeg groves and tropical rainforest of Grenada’s central highland. At the park’s heart is the crater lake that gives the park its name, Grand Etang ...  Read more

De La Grenade Nutmeg Garden

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Rating | Tours & Tickets

This expansive nutmeg garden is the home and source of a variety of nutmeg products made by the company De La Grenade. As Grenada is famous worldwide for its spice exports, particularly nutmeg, the ...  Read more

Smithy’s Garden

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Rating | Tours & Tickets

This private estate and spice garden is rich with orchards, vegetables, spice plants and tropical flower gardens. It is divided into two sections, one representing the old gardens and the other the ...  Read more

Sunnyside Garden

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Rating | Tours & Tickets

This five-acre private garden is home to some of the oldest mahogany trees in Grenada, as well as some of the island’s most treasured native plants and flowers. With the ocean bordering one side of ...  Read more

Grand Etang Lake

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Rating | Tours & Tickets

The Grand Etang Lake in the central highlands of Grenada was formed in a natural crater of one of the island’s extinct volcanoes. Now filled with bright blue water, multiple waterfalls and creeks ...  Read more


The Carenage is St. George’s lively waterfront promenade, winding around the Inner Harbour. It’s the place to be seen in St. George, the town’s seafront hub and ringed by attractive whitewashed ...  Read more


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At only 13 square miles in size, Carriacou provides a laid-back refuge from its larger neighboring island of Grenada. Part of the Grenadine islands chain, it is known as “the island surrounded by ...  Read more

Concord Falls

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This waterfall site has not one but three separate streams to visit—from a 35-foot cascade right as you enter the falls area to two larger waterfalls that require a hike through the forest reserve. ...  Read more

Gouyave Nutmeg Station

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If Grenada is known for being the “Isle of Spice,” then Gouyave should be known as “nutmeg village” for its role as the main producer of the island’s most famous spice. Located on the west side of ...  Read more

Grand Anse

Grenada’s resort central is Grand Anse, where the island’s beach hotels, restaurants, equipment hire outlets and bars cluster. Idyllically set with green hills as a backdrop, the white-sand beach is ...  Read more

Grenada National Museum

There’s a lot of history to get your head around in Grenada, and the National Museum is the best place to start. The historic building itself is almost as interesting as the museum’s collection. ...  Read more

La Sagesse Nature Center

There are some lovely beaches tucked away in Grenada’s La Sagesse Nature Center, but the big draw here is the local birdlife that attracts birdwatchers from near and far. The birds flocking to the ...  Read more

River Antoine Rum Distillery

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The River Antoine Estate is home to the oldest rum distillery in Grenada, where the originaly owners began producing rum in 1785. Today's owners continue the tradition, serving as a huge part of the ...  Read more

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